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Bleh.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Well this week didn't go too badly for my first go. Got to exercise on Monday and Tuesday, missed Wednesday due to car issues and having to drive people places and running out of time and then did manage to workout on Thursday. I didn't get a chance to work out yesterday as it was another busy day running around and it was too late by the time I got back. Today I managed only 10 minutes. My hips are screaming at me! I will definitely give it my best shot to hit my 20 minutes tomorrow. Guess there isn't any way of doing this without pain killers. I tried. It has not been a good experience. I don't want to turn myself off again. Here's to never giving up. Cheers!
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  • DAWNSUCCESS
    Big hugs, honey!
    1406 days ago
  • CANDIE2569
    Thanks for the comments! Unfortunately it won't get better for me. This is chronic that started AFTER I lost 125 pounds about 4 years ago. It threw me into a tailspin. I was depressed and basically gave up. I gained my weight back (well not quite all of it). I loved to exercise. I went to the gym and I walked and was ready to take on whatever came my way. Now I just need to keep the pain from turning me off exercise again. Baby steps. Not giving up this time!
    1406 days ago
  • MR-LICKY-LICKY1
    Take it one day at a time, just remember when you're rushing around you are still burning calories.
    1406 days ago
  • MISS1528
    You got this! we all have our ups and downs and unique situations in life and this journey. Your gonna succeed! You can do it! So join me and get up and move your beautiful self!
    1406 days ago
  • FLRED12
    Don't get discouraged, things tend to get easier as you continue to exercise.
    1406 days ago
  • JUDYSWITZER
    Don't give up, it will get easier in time as your body gets accustomed to it.
    1406 days ago
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